JP Morgan’s treasury services business, a provider of cash management, trade finance and treasury solutions, has achieved the SWIFT bank readiness certification. As a certified bank, JP Morgan is now listed in SWIFT’s online database, which gives corporations information on the SWIFT capabilities of their banking partners.
“As a supporter of SWIFT for Corporates since the inception of the programme, JP Morgan is pleased to have achieved bank readiness certification from SWIFT,” said Robert Blair, executive director, JP Morgan treasury services. “This certification is confirmation of our strong commitment to fully support clients that want to communicate via SWIFT to increase global visibility into their cash positions, thus enabling better-informed investment decisions and improved working capital management.”
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